The leading cause of IWE failure is water finding its way into the vacuum lines under the hood and in the wheel well.
Roll bars on modern vehicles are oftentimes a compromise between stability and comfort.
Active dampening or suspension control systems can be found on luxury Asian and European vehicles.
The pothole has always been the natural enemy of wheels, tires and the suspension.
The dual-clutch – or as some drivers call them “flappy paddle” – gearboxes have garnered a bad reputation.
What you don’t know might be the missing piece of the diagnostic puzzle.
Have an unusual tire wear complaint? It probably starts with the steering knuckle.
While the parts of the Toyota Tundra, Tacoma and Sequoia are not interchangeable, these trucks share a lot of the same problems when it comes to the suspension, brakes and even the frame.
Kia continues to offer a reliable, affordable vehicle lineup that provides techs and shop owners with plenty of opportunities for maintenance and repair. In the spirit of servicing vehicles that continue to rack up miles through customer satisfaction with the brand, we’re going to focus on some common problems and maintenance items. It’s important to
Most shocks and struts today are “gas-pressurized” with nitrogen to minimize fluid foaming when the piston is pumping back and forth.
The prices of rotors seem to be dropping the past few years. Call just about any parts supplier and they can quote you a vast range of prices for the same application. And when you compare the rotors side-by-side, they may look the same, but the difference between a comeback and a satisfied customer is often at the microscopic level.
If a Kia comes in with a grinding problem, the next step is to look for uneven wear. If one wheel is showing more wear than the other on that axle, it’s time to do some investigating. The most likely cause of unexpected wear is a caliper or hardware issue, and the key to a successful job is figuring out the true culprit.